Where is the US headed with its CASE journey?

This pivotal market is moving towards a connected, autonomous and electric future, but perhaps not as quickly as expected. By Megan Lampinen

The US is the second largest automotive market in the world, following only China both in terms of vehicle registrations and production. The industry accounts for 3% of the country’s GDP. Every year, Americans spend nearly US$800bn on vehicle loans and insurance, and on average more than 90% of households have access to at least one vehicle. It’s a pivotal market to understand, and where it heads, others may follow.

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